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‘Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld’ Part 2, Episode 14 Preview, Spoilers: ‘End To Eternity’

KEY POINTS
  • Vector and Bercouli continue their battle
  • Sinon and Leafa join the battle against the Dark Forces
  • Alice remains in Vector's custody
  • A father's earnest desire to save his daughter as the Dark Territory forces continue their carnage. "Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld" Part 2, Episode 14, which is titled "End to Eternity" will decide Bercouli's fate after his battle against Emperor Vector in episode 13.

    This article contains spoilers from episode 13.

    After a long wait, viewers get the first episode of the finale season. It opens from where part 1 left, Sinon appears and single-handedly destroys the American players.

    Later, Asuna is delighted to see Sinon descend and fight for the human forces. Sinon asks Asuna about Kirito and learns about his comatose state. There is an emotional reunion as Sinon tells Asuna that she can fly. Asuna wants Sinon to go after Vector and rescue Alice.

    Meanwhile, Leafa meets Lilpilin and they share a heart-to-heart moment. However, Dee Eye Ell appears and attacks. Leafa is angry when Dee Eye Ell tries to ridicule them. Later, Leafa powers up and kill her.

    Elsewhere, Bercouli is following Vector and his dragon, who abducted Alice. Bercouli uses his Uragiri to kill the dragon. He explains that Uragiri is a sword that slashes the past. Vector is upset to see his dragon fall. A battle between Vector and Bercouli begins. "Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld" Part 2, Episode 14 is likely to continue the battle between Vector and Bercouli. Also, it remains to be seen if Kirito will come out of coma and join the battle. Moreover, it is expected that Sinon will join Bercouli in his battle against Vector. 

    The cast of "Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld" Part 2 anime includes Ai Kayano as Alice Zuberg, Haruka Tomatsu as Asuna Yuki, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Kirito, Ayahi Takagaki as Lizbeth, Akira Ishida as Vector, Reina Kondo as Ronie Arabel, Yuko Kaida as Dee Eye Ell, Mutsumi Tamura as Renri, Megumi Han as Sortiliena Serult, Kaori Ishihara as Tiese Schtolinen, Junichi Suwabe as Bercouli, Hiroaki Hirata as Klein and Ayana Taketatsu as Leafa.

    The anime series is based on the original work by Reki Kawahara and directed by Manabu Ono. The background score is composed by Yuki Kajiura. Gou Suzuki, Shingo Adachi, Tomoya Nishiguchi, Kento Toya and Yumiko Yamamoto are the character designers on the team, Anime News Network noted.

    "Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld" Part 2, Episode 14 is scheduled to air Saturday, July 18. 

    'Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld' Part 14, Episode 14'Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld' Part 14, Episode 14 Photo: Instacodez/Flickr/https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/

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